What Went Wrong With Justice League (and How to Fix It)

By Paul Asay on November 17,2017

I feel kind of sorry for D.C. We know the folks behind Justice League meant well. It’s in their best interest to create a strong franchise. I’d assume they love and respect D.C.’s pantheon of superheroes as much as we…

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Dickens Didn't 'Invent' Christmas. But Here Are Three Ways He Changed It.

By Paul Asay on November 14,2017

Forget the ghosts of Christmases Past, Present and Future. The real inescapable spirit of the season is that of Charles Dickens himself. Try as you might, you can’t run from Dickens’ A Christmas Carol during the holidays. It’s everywhere: His…

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Sin, Penance and Forgiveness in an Age of Scandal

By Paul Asay on November 11,2017

My favorite movie? It might be The Mission. The 1986 movie unpacks the story of Jesuit missionary Father Gabriel (Jeremy Irons), who ministers to South America’s Guarani people and trying to protect them from European slavers. Soon he meets with…

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Check Out A Wrinkle in Time's New Trailer

By Paul Asay on November 20,2017

Disney just released its new trailer for A Wrinkle in Time, in theaters March 9. I’ve already written about how excited I am for the movie, and I still have high hopes. But it was a little jarring to see…

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What Went Wrong With Justice League (and How to Fix It)

By Paul Asay on November 17,2017

I feel kind of sorry for D.C. We know the folks behind Justice League meant well. It’s in their best interest to create a strong franchise. I’d assume they love and respect D.C.’s pantheon of superheroes as much as we…

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Ten Rules for a Happy Life

By Dave Willis on November 16,2017

We all want to be happy, but for most of us, happiness is just this elusive “feeling” we’re trying to catch or create but we don’t know how to keep it. What if there was a proven path to true…

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Six Reasons Why Wedding Rings Matter More than You Think

By Dave Willis on November 14,2017

As a pastor, I officiate a lot of weddings. It’s one of my favorite parts of the “job.” I get a front row seat for one of the most beautiful milestone moments a couple will ever experience. I love watching…

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5 Steps to Make Your Marriage Explode (in a Good Way!)

By Shaunti Feldhahn on November 14,2017

Assume the best of your spouse’s intentions toward you: in other words, that your spouse really does love you, respect you, and wants the best for you.

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Dickens Didn't 'Invent' Christmas. But Here Are Three Ways He Changed It.

By Paul Asay on November 14,2017

Forget the ghosts of Christmases Past, Present and Future. The real inescapable spirit of the season is that of Charles Dickens himself. Try as you might, you can’t run from Dickens’ A Christmas Carol during the holidays. It’s everywhere: His…

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4 Ways to Prevent a Disagreement from Becoming a Fight

By Ashley Willis on November 13,2017

When we come together in marriage, we become one, but it doesn’t mean that we are going to agree on everything. In fact, you can pretty much guarantee disagreements simply based on the differences that come with being male and…

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Should a Husband and Wife Have SEPARATE Bank Accounts?

By Ashley Willis on November 12,2017

Money is one the biggest issues that couples deal with in marriage. And, one major decision that spouses often ponder is whether or not they should keep separate bank accounts or share/manage their funds in one account together. Below are…

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Sin, Penance and Forgiveness in an Age of Scandal

By Paul Asay on November 11,2017

My favorite movie? It might be The Mission. The 1986 movie unpacks the story of Jesuit missionary Father Gabriel (Jeremy Irons), who ministers to South America’s Guarani people and trying to protect them from European slavers. Soon he meets with…

Read More
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